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For those who no longer have their own, we might be able to help you arrange to borrow or rent an instrument. Louis Women's Chorus CHARIS is a lesbian chorus open to all women. We are inside during the winter and outside just east of the building during the summer.
We differ in age, size, ethnic background, and abilities, but we share a goal to seek musical excellence, voice messages of social justice, and create a fun and supportive place for all women.(314) 664-9340 Saint Louis Frontrunners is a non-competitive club for Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, Transgender, and Straight-Allied (GLBTS) runners and walkers of all abilities. Special runs are held on the first Saturday of each month at different locations.info[at]stlouisfrontrunners.org Men's Chorus The Gateway Men's Chorus has become one of the most successful and long-lived performing arts organizations in St. GMC's mission is to produce beautiful male choral music and to present a positive image of gay men to the entire St. The Gateway Men's Chorus is proud to be a member of GALA Choruses, an international association of 160 gay and lesbian affirming choruses which are as diverse as the communities they represent.(314) 289-4169office[at]gmcstl.org Squares Gateway Squares is St.
Our chapters organize a wide variety of activities, each offering a comfortable setting in which to meet new people and develop lasting friendships in a healthy environment.
The event takes place on the 3rd weekend of July every year.The purpose of PRIZM is to provide a visible and positive voice for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and ally (GLBTA) community on campus.Our membership is composed of all sexual orientations and is committed to defeating negative GLBT stereotypes and gaining GLBT equality by hosting social events, providing education to others about GLBT issues and being actively involved in the UMSL and St.Member groups swap newsletters and ideas and periodically join in combined activities. It doesn't have to be. Book Reading Group/Gay Men's Book Reading Group The Lesbian Reading Group meets on the third Tuesday of each month (generally--always check the schedule) at the Left Bank Books bookstore.The group is facilitated by co-owner Kris Kleindienst.
The website contains information about the float and how to register for the event.